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USGS Virtual Science Career Event

Three centers coordinated and hosted a USGS Science Career Event on January 27, 2022 to inform undergraduate and graduate students and early career...

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USGS Virtual Science Career Event

Have you ever wondered what it takes to pursue a career with the U.S. Geological Survey? Learn about the science career opportunities offered at the...

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Seeking Coastal and Marine Postdoctoral Research Candidates

The U.S. Geological Survey Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program is seeking candidates for several Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research...

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Could You Be a Mendenhall Research Fellow?

The U.S. Geological Survey is seeking new Mendenhall Research Fellows! The USGS Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for...

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Learning From Home with USGS

The U.S. Geological Survey Youth and Education in Science (YES) Team has revamped their web presence to better assist with online and home learning.

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Powell Expedition—Art. Then and Now.

On John Wesley Powell’s first 1869 river trip down the Green and Colorado rivers, there were no artists or photographers. All of the images we have of...

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“Science is Amazing”: GeoGirls Explore Mount St. Helens During Outdoor Science and Technology Program

Twenty-five middle school-age GeoGirls spent five days conducting hands-on research and interacting with female scientists, educators and older...

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Powell Expedition—Green River, WY. Then and Now.

This year marks 150 years since John Wesley Powell and his nine-man crew left the banks of the Green River to venture into the unknown. He disembarked...

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Powell Expedition—Flora and Fauna. Then and Now.

This year marks 150 years since John Wesley Powell and his nine-man crew conducted a scientific expedition of the Green and Colorado rivers. In...

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Powell Expedition—Geologic Time. Then and Now.

One of the distinctive characteristics of geological thinking is the concept of deep time. Earth is 4.54 billion years old, a span of time that is...

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Powell Expedition—What did the Powell expedition members eat? Then and Now.

Food can be a common thread between peoples of history and today and it often plays an important role in morale, celebration, hardship and bringing...

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Powell Expedition—Women in Science. Then and Now.

This year marks the sesquicentennial of the historic journey that John Wesley Powell and his nine-man crew undertook to explore the Green and Colorado...

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